Cream of Kentucky Double Rich Bourbon 1960s / Rinaldi Import
An old 1960's bottling of Cream of Kentucky bourbon, produced by Schenley and distilled at their James E. Pepper distillery. This was a historic site, formerly known as the Henry Clay distillery, which was resurrected following the repeal of Prohibition by Schenley. They renamed it James E. Pepper after the famous 19th century Master Distiller (the Old Fashioned cocktail is said to have been created in his honour).
The distillery closed down again in 1958, so this was bottled in Frankfort at George T. Stagg, now known as Buffalo Trace.
Imported to the Italian market by Fratelli Rinaldi.
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